There is a battle over all the souls of the earth that highlights itself in the Bible as Good vs. Evil. This can’t be overstated since God declared war on the Serpent in the Garden of Eden. (Genesis 3:14-15) With this battle Satan after the flood set up a entirely false narrative in the plains of Shinar with a rebellion led by Nimrod (the 1st World dictator) and his wife Semaramis (a prostitute/whore) who brought us the Mystery religions. Once you see the connections, the Bible is full of tensions of Baal’s false religous system of the Dragon and his hatred for Jehovah Gods people.
“Babylon has been a golden cup in the hand of the Lord, Intoxicating all the earth. The nations have drunk of her wine; Therefore the nations are going mad. (Jeremiah 51:7)
See video below for connections to Solomons Seal and we see Solomon here forsakes God.
“Because that they have forsaken me, and have worshipped Ashtoreth the goddess of the Zidonians, Chemosh the god of the Moabites, and Milcom the god of the children of Ammon, and have not walked in my ways, to do that which is right in mine eyes, and to keep my statutes and my judgments, as did David his father. (1 Kings 11:33) -Josh
The Meaning of Milcom
(Their King, Most High King)
From the noun מלך (melek), king, and possibly the 3rd person plural pronominal suffix הם (am), their.
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“And the high places that were before Jerusalem, which were on the right hand of the mount of corruption, which Solomon the king of Israel had builded for Ashtoreth the abomination of the Zidonians, and for Chemosh the abomination of the Moabites, and for Milcom the abomination of the children of Ammon, did the king defile.” (2 Kings 23:13)
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The Holman Bible Dictionary Says this:
(mihl’ cahm) Name of deity meaning, “king” or “their king.”
Apparently, a form created by Hebrew scribes to slander and avoid pronouncing the name of the national god of Ammon (1Kings 11:5,1 Kings 11:7 ), who may have been identified with Chemosh, the god of Moab. See 2 Samuel 12:30 ) of their king (KJV, NAS, NIV) or of the statue of the god Milcom (NRSV, REB; compare TEV).
Solomon built sanctuaries to Milcom on the Mount of Olives at the request of his foreign wives, reviving the ancient cult (1Kings 11:5,1 Kings 11:33 ). The sites of Solomon’s sanctuaries were destroyed and defiled during Josiah’s reforms in 621 B.C. (2 Kings 23:13 ).
Jeremiah described past accomplishments attributed to Milcom, but in a play on Judges 11:24 , he announced destruction and captivity for Milcom (Jeremiah 49:1 ,Jeremiah 49:1,49:3 NRSV, NAS, REB; compare NIV, TEV). Worshiping Milcom was turning one’s back on Yahweh ( Zephaniah 1:5-6 ). See Molech .
Further Influences on the false gods and worship that surounded Israel by her pagan neighbors. With time and study of the history and the tactics by all the Baal worshiping pagans to which all other false gods all the way back to Babylon is witchcraft and the sex cults. We see this tactic in the Matter of Peor (Numbers 25:1-9) of getting Gods poeple to engage in sex as a act of worship orgies! This was done by the error Baalam pagan King Balak to take the good looking girls and invite the Israelites to a ancient keg party and get naked. (2 Peter 2:15, Jude 1:11 & Revelation 2:14) This tactic works today and has brought much shame on Gods people, in both the old and new testaments.
ASHTOREH – GODDESS OF SEX AND SPRING BREAK AND SEXUAL SIN
“Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD. (Numbers 31:16) “Is the iniquity of Peor too little for us, from which we are not cleansed until this day, although there was a plague in the congregation of the LORD…” (Joshua 22:17) and again it is mentioned in the Church in Revelaiton
Molech the means King
(moh’ lehk; king) Transliteration of Hebrew word related to word for “king” but describing a foreign god or a practice related to foreign worship. The meaning of “Molech” is debated. Two views generally are proposed. One suggestion is that “Molech” denotes a particular type of offering—a votive sacrifice made to confirm or fulfill a vow. This viewpoint is supported by the fact that some Carthaginian-Phoenician (Punic) inscriptions from the period 400-150 B.C. imply that the word mlk is a general form for “sacrifice” or “offering.” Such a meaning is possible in some passages ( Leviticus 18:21; Leviticus 20:3-5; 2 Kings 23:10; Jeremiah 32:35 ).
A second suggestion is that “Molech” is the name of a pagan deity to whom human sacrifices were made. This deity often is associated with Ammon (compare 1 Kings 11:7 —) “the abomination of the children of Ammon.” Leviticus 20:5 condemns those who “commit whoredom with Molech” (see also Leviticus 18:21; Leviticus 20:3-5; 2 Kings 23:10; Jeremiah 32:35 ). Some recent archaeological evidence points to child sacrifice in ancient Ammon. Many scholars contend that all the biblical texts referring to Molech can be understood by interpreting it as a divine name.
The etymology of the term “Molech” is interesting. Scholars suggest that it is a deliberate misvocalization of the Hebrew word for king or for the related participle (molek ), “ruler.” They propose that the consonants for the Hebrew word for king (mlk ) were combined with the vowels from the word for shame (boshet ). Thus, this title was a divine epithet expressing contempt for the pagan god.
In times of apostasy some Israelites, apparently in desperation, made their children “go through the fire to Molech” (Leviticus 18:21; Leviticus 20:2-5; 2 Kings 23:10; compare 2 Kings 17:31; Jeremiah 7:31; Jeremiah 19:5; Jeremiah 32:35 ). It generally is assumed that references like these are to the sacrifices of children in the Valley of Hinnom at a site known as Topheth (“Topheth” probably means “firepit” in Syriac). See Hinnom; Tepheth. Precisely how this was done is unknown. Some contend that the children were thrown into a raging fire. Certain rabbinic writers describe a hollow bronze statute in the form of a human but with the head of an ox. According to the rabbis, children were placed in the structure which was then heated from below. Drums were pounded to drown out the cries of the children.
An alternate view contends that the expression “passed through Molech” refers not to human sacrifices but that parents gave up their children to grow up as temple prostitutes. Such a view appeals to Leviticus 18:1 where throughout the chapter the writer is concerned with sexual intercourse (especially Leviticus 18:19-23 ). Another view sees an original fire ceremony dedicating, but not harming children, that later was transformed into a burnt-offering ceremony.
The practice of offering children as human sacrifice was condemned in ancient Israel, but the implication is clear in the Old Testament that child—sacrifice was practiced by some in Israel (2 Kings 21:6; 2 Kings 23:10; 2 Chronicles 28:3; Psalm 106:38; Jeremiah 7:31; Jeremiah 19:4-5; Ezekiel 16:21; Ezekiel 23:37 ,Ezekiel 23:37,23:39 ). The Exile seems to have put an end to this type of worship in Israel. However, it lingered on in North Africa and among the Carthaginian Phoenicians into the Christian era. See Gods, False; Ashtoreth; Molech; Sacrifice, Child.
Paul E. Robertson
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